Significance Of Griha Pravesh Ceremony and Pooja Items

It’s said the home is where the earth ends, and it is undoubtedly a true saying because after a long working day; home is the only place we think about to get there. The feeling of being at home with the family is something one can only feel, the cherishing moments, family dinner, family talks, and many more things that we live the moments very joyfully with our family at home.

Having a roof over the head is no less than a blessing, there are thousands of people around the globe living under the sky with no roof over the head. So, one having a home to live in must be grateful and pay gratitude towards God, for having a home to live in. Home doesn’t just shelter us but it also provides security, stability, and a place to live where we can perform our daily life routines to live a steady and satisfying life with the family. This is how much home matters to the human being and it’s one of the important factors of the life of a human being.

If we introspect the Indian culture and the traditions we follow, rituals that get performed by us on different occasions and festivals we will be able to get understood the crux of performing such rituals and traditions. There are many hidden important messages in our Vedic rituals that lead us to live a spiritual, satisfying life and the most important thing it has taught us to all is- Gratitude. If we try to dissect the meaning of Indian Vedic rituals, gratitude is the foremost thing it has imbibed. Gratitude towards all the aspects that impact and affect our life, gratitude living as well as non-living factors, things, and materials we are closely associated with, on which our life dependency is there to live a meaningful and satisfying life.


Like all Indian rituals and traditions, understanding the importance and role of a Home in one’s life Indian Vedic Culture has prescribed Grih Pravesh (House warming ceremony). Grih Pravesh for a new home is a very important ritual and tradition we follow and perform after buying a home. Close relatives and friends are invited to be a part of the house warming ceremony. Brahmins and Pandits are also invited to perform the puja and rituals to worship the Gods and Goddesses to seek their blessings.  

There are specialized Grih Pravesh pooja items and Grih Pravesh pooja flowers to perform the Grih Pravesh ceremony for a new house. While arranging and planning a house warming ceremony for a new house the house owner needs to arrange Grih Pravesh pooja items and Grih Pravesh pooja flowers from an authentic store from where you can buy fresh and pure Grih Pravesh pooja flowers and pooja items.

The pooja items essential for house warming ceremony are,

  • - Brass Glass
  • - Marigold Strings
  • - Kalasam
  • - Paan Leaf
  • - Mango Leaf
  • - Banana Leaf
  • - Jasmine Loose
  • - Jasmine String
  • - Milk Vessel (Steel Vessel)
  • - Lord Venkateshwara With Ashta Laxmi
  • - Saraswati Lakshmi Vinayagar Photo Frame
  • - Copper Kalasam
  • - Kalasanool
  • - Virali Mangal
  • - Rangoli Powder
  • - Kola Powder

All the above-mentioned pooja items are essentials for the Grih Pravesh ceremony and all these items are basic things that one needs to perform the harm warming ceremony. One needs to take care that all the above items are fresh and pure, before purchasing them. Also, flowers need to be fresh and natural.

The pooja items used in performing rituals and worshipping God have a great significance and importance in our Vedas. They are used in pooja for many Vedic scientific reasons and to offer pure prayer to God, to seek the blessings and divine support. The pooja items used in pooja and rituals are considered to be auspicious and sacred, with deep significance.

Kalash or kalasam is very important in the puja rituals for its spiritual and Vedic science behind its use. According to Vedas, during the churning of the ocean Lord Vishnu appeared with the Kalash in hand filled with Amrit. So, it is believed all the gods reside in Kalash as they all have consumed Amrit from Kalash. So, it can be viewed as a symbol of wisdom and life abundance.

Components of puja and worshipping in Hinduism have its deep-rooted connection with nature. Banana leaves, Mango tree leaves are widely used in puja rituals. The banana tree is regarded as Brihaspati (Jupiter) himself, as per Vedic scriptures Lord Vishnu resides in the Banana tree. Banana leaves are used as an offering to Goddess Laxmi and God Ganesha. Mango leaves symbolize the limbs of Gods. Mango leaves are used as offerings to Lord Ganesha and Lord Murugan because Mango is their favorite fruit.

Flowers help create positive vibes around the place where the sthapna (placement) of god is done creating an aesthetic aura with its color and natural fragrance. Garlands (Phool mala) are also used in puja to show affection and devotion towards the lord.